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Lady of the lake, version #938

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Heat struck in the old apple



There is a neat reprinting of a New York Times article from 1852 in today's paper. Read the article here. Sensing that the alliteration might be a trifle thick and overdone in today's rather dry literary climate, the Times asks readers to chime in with a paragraph of their own in their most florid and purplish prose.

I had a submission accepted, replete with a typo that I am unable to go back and fix. Oh well, it was a lot of fun. Probably not too late to try your hand. If you actually like my paragraph you could always give me a like...

1 comment:

Jon Harwood said...

The honeysuckle dew of your words lifts my eyes to the angelic music of your thoughts.